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... standards, it was a healthy trek uphill, its way now lined by restaurants, stores, and trinket booths.
Once we reached the hilltop, the crowds dispersed a little, and we enjoyed the cool, quiet greenery and ponds that surrounded the academy buildings. Happily, the information signs were written in Chinese and English so I could read them for myself. Claudia supplemented my learning by ...
... season. Changsha is internationally famous for its fireworks, exporting them around the world. The city also received the honor of supplying all the big bangs for the Beijing Olympics.
It's a short but crowded walk to the fireworks viewing area. The six lanes of vehicle traffic between us and the river is at a standstill, so Aaron scampers across and reaches the other side with no problem. ...
"You celebrate Hallowe'en in Changsha?" I asked Claudia last weekend, my attention attracted by an advertisement at the bottom of an escalator in a downtown mall.
"Yes!" she said, scanning the ad's QR code with her phone, and peering at the results. "And there are going to be some activities. Do you want to go?"
Does a ghost say boo?
So, on Friday ...
... mention, my students absolutely loved it.
For the party I had prepared a ghost story and a few other bits and pieces, ready for the evenings chaos. We were picked up by associates of our employers and driven to the after school club we were employed by. All of the children were in fancy dress of some kind and they all looked adorable I must say. And so we spent the next hour playing every single party game known to westerners. They were all so desperate to ...
... each other up the steps towards us. Finally, the tallest of the bunch came a little closer and said to me, "Hello. What - is - your - name?"
I introduced myself and Walter, and asked for the boy's name. Then I said, "How old are you?"
The boy paused, and his forehead furrowed slightly as he accessed his elementary school English lessons. "I am - ten - years old."